Navajo Code Talker, Samuel Sandoval, 98, passed away

Navajo Code Talker, Samuel Sandoval, 98, passed away

According to a statement from the Navajo Nation, Samuel Sandoval, one of the last remaining World War II Navajo Code Talkers, passed away on Friday.

Navajo code talker Samuel Sandoval was dead at the age of 98

According to a statement from the Navajo Nation, Samuel Sandoval, one of the last remaining World War II Navajo Code Talkers, passed away on Friday. Sandoval was one of the hundreds of young Navajo men who were enlisted to send and receive military communications in the South Pacific Theater during the war using an 813-word code based on the Navajo language.

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez said in a statement that Samuel Sandoval “will always be remembered as a compassionate and courageous individual who sacrificed more than we will ever know to preserve our homelands utilizing our holy Navajo language.” “Although we are devastated by his departure, we will never forget him or his legacy. We send prayers and our deepest sympathies to his wife, Malula Sandoval, his children, and all of his loved ones on behalf of the Navajo Nation.”

Samuel Sandoval Age, Family, Early Life

Samuel Sandoval was 98 years old at the time of his demise. He holds an American nationality. He belongs to the white ethnicity. Whatever his actual birth date and Zodiac sign are not known.

samuel sandoval family

Sandoval has prohibited the media from knowing specifics about his family, therefore there are no details available.

Samuel Sandoval Wife, What about his Children?

Samuel Sandoval married his wife Malula Sandoval. They have children together but their identity is not revealed.

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Samuel Sandoval’s Career, What was his profession?

Samuel Sandoval is one of the last surviving Navajo Code Talkers, who used a language-based code to send messages during World War II. Numerous Navajos were chosen to join the U.S. Marine Corps as code talkers from the sizable Navajo Nation. Only three people—Peter MacDonald, John Kinsel Sr., and Thomas H. Begay—remain alive today.

Every Marine attack in the Pacific was assisted by the Code Talkers, who sent hundreds of signals without error about Japanese troop movements, combat strategies, and other communications vital to the outcome of the war. The Navajo language-based code baffled Japanese military cryptographers and is credited with aiding American victory in the war.

He assisted in enlisting additional Navajo students from the school to work as Code Talkers, adding to the vocabulary and alphabet that the first group of 29 Navajos established. Sandoval was discharged with distinction in 1946 after serving in five combat deployments. The Code Talkers were forbidden from talking about their jobs both during the war and after their purpose was made public in 1968.

How much is Samuel Sandoval Net Worth?

So yet, we do not have any specific information regarding Samuel Sandoval’s net worth.

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Which school and college did he go to?

There are no available details regarding Samuel Sandoval’s educational background.

Is he available on any kind of social media platform?

 Samuel Sandoval is not active on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

Physical Appearance of Samuel Sandoval’s Height, Weight

HeightNot Available
Hair ColorWhite
Eye colorBlack
WeightNot Available
Body typeFit
Sexual orientationStraight

Interesting facts about Samuel Sandoval’s should be knows

Zodiac signNot Available
Relationship StatusMarried